often in compounds
a container made of paper or plastic, that opens at the top, used especially in shops/stores
塑料 / 聚乙烯 / 纸袋
a plastic/polythene/paper bag
a laundry/mail bag
a black plastic rubbish/garbage bag
a strong container made from cloth, plastic, leather, etc., usually with one or two handles, used to carry things in when shopping or travelling
a shopping bag
a make-up bag
He's upstairs unpacking his bags.
She opened her bag (= her handbag ) and took out her comb.
the amount contained in a bag
She ate a bag of chips.
a large amount or a large number of sth
Get in! There's bags of room.
dark circles or loose folds of skin under the eyes, as a result of getting old or lack of sleep
an insulting word for an unpleasant or bad-tempered older woman
all the birds, animals, etc. shot or caught on one occasion
with all your possessions, especially secretly or suddenly
He threw her out onto the street, bag and baggage.
a very thin person or animal
if sth is in the bag , it is almost certain to be won or achieved
to suddenly make sb responsible for sth important, such as finishing a difficult job, that is really your responsibility
(not) sth that you are interested in or good at
Poetry isn't really my bag.
to tell a secret carelessly or by mistake
I wanted it to be a surprise, but my sister let the cat out of the bag.
to be very nervous
to leave a person or place permanently, especially after a disagreement
a set of methods or equipment that sb can use
put into bags
to put sth into bags
The fruit is washed, sorted and bagged at the farm.
to catch or kill an animal
to score a goal, point, etc.
Dublin bagged two goals in last night's win.
to claim sth as yours before sb else claims it; to take sth before sb else can get it
Sally had managed to bag the two best seats.
Quick, bag that table over there!
to criticize sb/sth
used to claim sth as yours before sb else can claim it
Bags I sit in the front seat!